therapy 4.the.9993 Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire

n February 25, 2000 Boulder, Colorado newspaper The Daily Camera broke the story of a 37 year old woman from the San Luis Obispo area of California having contacted Boulder attorney Lee Hill after seeing him interviewed on Fox News Channel about a deposition he had taken on October 20, 1998 of John Ramsey in the Stephen Miles Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire lawsuit against a supermarket tabloid. (see story above)

It was reported that the woman claimed she was assaulted as a child by adults who used a rope or garrote to partially suffocate her. The woman reportedly has information that a widespread ‘sex ring’ could have been behind the strangulation and bludgeon death of JonBenét Ramsey. The woman said she knew the Ramsey’s through the Fleet White family. She said her mother’s godfather is 86 year old Fleet R. White, Sr. , father of Fleet R. White, Jr. who was a close friend of John Ramsey until shortly after the murder, and who was with John Ramsey within seconds of his finding JonBenét’s body in the basement. Fleet White, Jr. was cleared as a suspect in April 1997.

The woman has been in therapy for years as a result of the abuse and her therapist is also cooperating with the investigator’s checking the woman’s story. Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire

Sheriff’s officials in San Luis Obispo County said the woman has a history of making false reports. One deputy was quoted as saying that “the woman is considered a ‘fruit loop’ by officers”. Attorney Hill said his client acknowledges making reports to local authorities that have not been followed up but that the woman denies that her reports were false.

Boulder DA Alex Hunter at first, found the woman believable and arranged for the woman to be interviewed by both the Boulder Police and the FBI. Within days, Hunter was quoted as saying “Opinions about believability are premature before a full investigation is complete.”

Hill said his client is prepared to name people that she thought might have witnessed what was done to JonBenét, and said he was outraged that Boulder police didn’t seem to take her claims seriously. “They treated her like a suspect,” Hill said.

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